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Cold Feet While Sleeping
See below: One reason is that during sleep, metabolism slows and so does core body temperature. Thus extremities, such as the feet and hands, may feel colder when awakening in the night from sleep. If you wake up from it often, you can wear socks or cover them up with a blanket to optimize your sleep quality. But if you notice other symptoms, such as numbness or burning in the feet, see a neurologist. ...Read more
Anytime I try to sleep, I either sweat excessively or get cold feet and hands, and it's affecting my sleep, what do I do?
I have very painful legs, hot thighs, sometimes cold feet & calves. Burning pain, can't keep legs still. Prevents sleep. Please can you advise?
I'm on 10mg prozac (fluoxetine) and 1mg clonazepam daily for last 40 days and I sleep all the time and pulse stays in low 60s with cold feet and hands?
I have hot flashes at night, trouble sleeping, bright red cheeks and warm skin only on face but rest of body normal/cold feet. Cold outside, no fever?
I am experiencing cold hands, cold feet, dizziness (better by: rest) (worsened by: sitting upright), difficulty sleeping (quality: difficulty falling asleep) (worsened by: varying sleep schedule, psychological stress) and difficulty concentrating. The
The dizziness: Is the concern and you should go see a doctor.... ...Read more
I am experiencing cold hands, cold feet, cold extremities, dizziness (better by: rest) (worsened by: sitting upright) and difficulty sleeping (quality: difficulty falling asleep) (worsened by: varying sleep schedule, psychological stress). The followin
Before anything else: The cause of your cold feet must be diagnosed. There can be several reasons for cold feet including poor circulation, peripheral neuropathy, vasospastic disease, and even some arthritic conditions can do this. Start by going to your pmd who will make a recommendation for you to see an appropriate specialist. Once we have a diagnosis, then we can find a suitable treatment. ...Read more
Wear socks.: Cold feet might be a sign of poor circulation. On the other hand some people just have cold feet/hands and that is normal for them. There is also a generally benign condition called raynauds which causes cold/numb toes. See a dr. If you have discoloration of toes, pain numbness etc. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, CRPS can be associated with temperature changes in the affected extremity; usually the limb is cooler than the other side. CRPS is a condition which can affect the sympathetic nervous system, which causes vasoconstriction of the blood vessels leading to decrease in blood flow and a lower temperature on the affected side. ...Read more
Skin temperature anomalies are a part of the syndrome. Please consult this site for more information in this topic:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/complex-regional-pain-syndrome/basics/definition/con-20022844 ...Read more
Other cause possible: Raynaud's phenomenon is a well known cause of cold hands and feet due to spasm of blood vessels supplying blood to the hands or feet. Other conditions can decrease blood flow to the extremities, leading to cold hands and feet. A primary care doctor can evaluate for anemia, peripheral artery disease, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune disorders, smoking (nicotine), drug side effects, etc... ...Read more
Possible: If your symptoms have been worsening like this, you need to see your doctor for an evaluation to see what's going on. ...Read more
Cold feet especially during the night, started a few days ago. It's usually warm in my room and I always wear socks. What could be wrong?
What causes cold feet? I experienced the same even when my body was warm and now experiencing pain and swelling of feet. Also how can it be treated?
Need evaluation: The coldness may have nothing to do with your problem. You should make an appointment with a local podiatrist for evaluation and initial treatment ...Read more
Cold feet: Very often it is caused by microvascular spasm. This is a condition called raynaud's disease when it exists alone or raynaud's phenomenon when it is caused by auto-immune conditions. It is caused by over-reactive adrenal glands and/or excitatory neurotransmitter dominance. ...Read more
Feel cold or touch?: If they always feel cold but are not cold when touching with your hand or someone elses then it is probably a form of neuropathy. If they are actually cold to touch of the hand then it may be a vascular related condition. Is there any skin color changes such as bluish or red? That is often associated with circulation. ...Read more
See below.: May be due to neuropathy or possible a circulatory condition such as Raynauds. Are they actually cold to touch or do they just feel cold all the time but warm to touch. If the are warm to touch, then it is more likely due to neuropathy. See Podiatrist for evaluation and examination. ...Read more
Cold feet: Can be due to a variety of problems. Cold feet can be due to reduced arterial circulation, which can be caused by diseased arteries (such as diabetes, smoking, vascular disease) or from blood clots. It can also occur due to raynaud's, a condition of transient constriction of the capillaries in fingers and toes. Neuropathy can cause cold sensation even if feet are warm to the touch. Need a dr exam! ...Read more